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Information about Ironport Upgrade

Hello,
What kind of packets ironport C100 use when it try to update?
I mean what kind of request it use?
Which port it use?
The situation is :
The applience is inside in our network, behind the firewall (Netasq), and when I try to upgrade the firewall stop it.

Thanks and best regards :)

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Re: Information about Ironport Upgrade

The upgrade is using http to get the upgrade file form the server.
In upgrade config you can set a proxy is you need. If that is not in option. You can also set up a local upgrade server. http://tinyurl.com/2dpv3x

Cheers,

Mark

Re: Information about Ironport Upgrade

I know that it use http port 80, but we have special rules for this port, and I need to know what kind of packets or requests it use.Is it open some kind of tunnel between server and applience?

Thanks

Re: Information about Ironport Upgrade

I know that it use http port 80, but we have special rules for this port, and I need to know what kind of packets or requests it use.Is it open some kind of tunnel between server and applience?

Thanks

New Member

Re: Information about Ironport Upgrade

The upgrade process uses standard web traffic. ie, TCP port 80. No tunnels or anything special, and it can happily be run through a proxy server if that makes the network setup easier.

The only thing thing that might be a bit different to normal traffic is the size - update downloads are in the 150-200MByte range.

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